Recently, Canadian band Blurred Vision covered (or, re-released) Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall” in order to protest the brutal, autocratic and clerical
Quest for Fire's Chad Ross: "Wide open spaces of dreamy hard rock, quiet sweet moments, and pounding psych straight from the Canadian heart."
An unsuspecting young man discovers a pair of magical shoes that compel him to dance.
If you miss Stereolab and Mr. Bungle—and I think we all do—then you owe it to yourself to give a listen to “Disco
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The Scissor Sisters’ third album Night Work might be garnering some mixed reviews (which is to say that it did from me, here at PopMatters,
Is it too early to get excited for Christmas? The B-52’s Fred Schneider is back, in all his Snuggie-clad glory, fronting a new band
Metal/visual-kei superstars X Japan are performing in the United States for only the second time in their long history this weekend at Lollapalooza 2010. Festival
Los Angeles' Vincent Minor (known as Michael Mangia in a previous life) channels the Great American Songbook via Tin Pan Alley and Brill Building in his catchy pop tunes.
Minneapolis' Gasoline Silver are a rawk band drawing influences from '70s American punk and a bit of British blues rock and Stax soul.